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An Irish Dance Holiday Inspiration Series – Dec. 12

For something a bit different today, this dress from Gavin shows how to still be festive in non-traditional holiday colors!

Dec. 22

We all know the traditional holiday colors. What if you’re not feeling it and want to stand out a bit this holiday season? The key is to keep things fun and keep the design interesting. I really like the one shouldered look that Gavin worked into this design. He kept things simple with just the pop of design to let the bold colors stand out. Looks like we could be seeing a new trend emerging! Is one shouldered the next bolero?

I love this dress as the perfect holiday party dress from Modcloth that is in very non-traditional colors. Taking inspiration from Gavin, it features a poppy color and one-shoulder design. It’s fun enough that it will fit in to any celebration, but you’ll stand out in a sea of red and green!

Dec. 12

 

What do you think? Will you be rocking a non-traditional color this holiday season?

Stay Fashionable, Feisers!

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Discussion

2 thoughts on “An Irish Dance Holiday Inspiration Series – Dec. 12

  1. I love the Modcloth. Not a huge fan of the Gavin- I think it’s all the black. Love the simplicity and asymmetry of the coral dress, though. Very stylish and classy!

    Posted by runoffwriter | December 16, 2012, 10:51 pm
  2. The Gavin is my dress and I LOVE it

    Posted by Katie | December 24, 2012, 12:48 pm

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